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Public Hearing Notice

Monday, April 10, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, 25 High Street.

The public hearing is to discuss the City of Caribou’s grant Application for the American Rescue Plan Act.

 The public hearing is a requirement for the submission of the City of Caribou’s grant application for matching funds available through the American Rescue Plan Act funds received by the County of Aroostook. I would encourage anyone with input to please present it in writing or orally to make it part of the record.

Information regarding these public hearings will be available on the City’s website at www.cariboumaine.org and in the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall, 25 High Street.

Interested individuals are encouraged to attend. 

Notice

Public Hearing Notice

The Caribou Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, April 13, 2023, at 6:00 pm in City Council Chambers, 25 High Street for a Change of Zoning Request from John P. Lajoie, 201 York Street Map 7 Lot 26 from I-2 (Industrial) to R-3 (Rural Residential).

Rezoning Request

Heavy Truck Operator/Laborer

The City of Caribou is accepting applications for a full-time Truck Driver/Laborer. Applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent; experience or trade certification in heavy truck operation or similar field; and a minimum of a Class-B Commercial Driver’s License with air brakes. Compliance with federally mandated drug screening for CDL holders is required by law.

The City of Caribou offers competitive wages and health/retirement benefits. The City of Caribou is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested parties may submit an application to Dave Ouellette at daveo@cariboumaine.org or brought to the Department of Public Works at 904 Main St in Caribou. Applications may be printed from the www.cariboumaine.org website. Please, no phone calls.

Seasonal full-time Laborer

The City of Caribou is accepting applications for a full-time Seasonal/Laborer. The positions will last approximately 12 weeks and would be an excellent opportunity for high school or college students. Applicant must have a clean class C motor vehicle license. The position will be a full 40-hour work week. The primary duties of this position will be working with asphalt patching potholes repairing driveway entrances and filling cracks in the roads.

The City of Caribou offers competitive wages and is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested parties may submit an application to Dave Ouellette at daveo@cariboumaine.org or brought to the Department of Public Works at 904 Main St in Caribou. Applications may be printed from the www.cariboumaine.org website. Please, no phone calls.